Brotzeit is a chain of german bistros in Singapore and i have visited the one at Raffles City a couple of times.
It's a high end bistro that serves german specialities and german beer plus a few international dishes.
The interior is very nice and stylish and laid back at the same time and the waiting staff is very attentive.
they have free wifi at the palce and i have stopped there when i was in Singapore for business so i could snack and check my email at the same time and the place is just excellent for that purpose.
Favorite Dish: Paulaner on tap is a sure succes.
A friend and I were just strolling after dinner when we chanced upon the then newly-opened Saint Marc Cafe in VivoCity. The cafe is bathed in warm hues and earth tones, mostly brown. Classy, modern and very much inviting.
There is a display rack by the entrance, showcasing the Japanese cafe's desserts (warm and cold) and few pastries. Of course, I got curious. Since my friend and I were up for dessert, I suggested we try one of those gorgeously prepared soft ice cream glasses, topped with fresh fruits, choco syrup and a minty leaf.
Boy are we surprised by the dessert! It's so good that it exceeded our expectations. We thought it would be just a simple vanilla soft ice cream and fruits but it's more! We loved it!
And it's one of the reasons why I brought my hubby to this place. And, like the first time I visited Saint Marc, my hubby loved it!
Favorite Dish: Their ice creams! I can't recall the names of the different flavours and, to be honest, I haven't really tried all of them. I believe I have tried most of them, enough for me to conclude that I love Saint Marc's ice cream sundaes.
They are not your usual sundae. Each tall glass gives you different flavours and textures. You have the soft ice cream, which is not too sweet, the fresh fruits (depending on what you order: strawberries, etc), jellies, choco syrup, soft cake at the bottom to balance the sweetness and crispy corn flakes, a good conclusion to the entire ice cream experience!
I have not tried the warm desserts yet. They have almost the same presentation as the ice creams but served in small bowls.
On my next visit, I shall try those. And their pastries and coffee, too!
Singapore is famous for its food. There are so many options predominately Chinese. The Wet Markets are a good option, where you can try Chinese, Malay, Indian and an array of Singaporean sweets washed down with bubble milk tea.
The restaurant name talks for itself.
Service is very good and price is really reasonable if you compare the same restaurant in London or Geneve.
If you like thai food that's the place to go
Favorite Dish: Pad Thai.....
The countryside cafe is a wonderful little place in little India where they serve a few dishes, both indian and western dishes and you can just go there for a drink too.
The place has free wifi so you can catch up with mails while having a drink there too if that is what you like.
I have eaten there and also had drinks there and really like thge place.
Very friendly service in a nice family atmosphere.
Favorite Dish: They do a very good chicken masala.
The Keppel Bay Marina describes itself as a "playground for the priviliged". I'm not sure if I should count myself as one of those (specially seeing that I don't have a yacht...), but I can for sure say that the brunch at the Privé restaurant in the Marina is one of the best I've ever had.
Sitting outside in the sunshine/shadow you have a great view of all the luxury boats around you, as well as a nice view over the still constructed towers on the other side of the marina.
The restaurant is open all day, although before lunch only part of the menu is on serve. That's not a bad thing though, as what you still can get is way more than good enough.
The Egg Royal is doesn't look so much to eat, but I can promise you'll get full enough. Combine it with a nice milkshake with kalou and you're in for a nice treat.
Favorite Dish: The Egg Royal is by far the best I've had there. Also the hamburgers are good, but one can't have more than one of these plates during a day. It's just too filling.
The drinks are top class too.
Being in the Keppel Bay Marina the prices are quite much higher than anywhere else, but it still won't ruin you to have a few hours brunch here.
Feel free to walk around in the Marina afterwards and look at the boats. I've been there three times now, including one very rainy day. The photos looks a bit less nice due to the rain, but the brunch is still fantastic.
The Old Market is as one can guess an old market place that has been rebuilt into a lot of small restaurants. It first opened back in 1823, and nowadays it's like a huge food court, where you just sit down and then choose what you wanna eat from different stands.
Normally, depending on how many you are, you order a lot of different food, and then share it. When we have been four people there we have had 8-10 different plates.
The seats are far from luxury, but the food is great. You sit outside, so you'll be sweating quite a bit in the humid air.
Favorite Dish: There are so many things to choose from, most menus comes with big photos of the dishes too, so it's easy to choose.
My favourite dish is the stingray, something I've never tried anywhere else. Very spicy, and very good. Put some lemon on it too, and it taste even better.
Remember to bring in something to drink too, either beer or ice lemon tea, as a lot of the food is quite spicy.
one of the dining joints in Universal Studios Singapore. Savour Singapore’s best selection of laksa, chicken rice and other local delights here, the building that was featured in the original Jurassic Park movie. The Lost World Discovery food court is the Largest of the Dining/food areas in the Universal Studios area of Resorts World Singapore and the meals here feature local specialties like the hainanese chicken rice, roasted chicken rice, Nasi Lemak, Indonesian Specials liek the Soto Ayam and some western specialties like the good ole Hanburger and french fries and Sandwhiches.
Favorite Dish: the hainanese chicken rice meal is my favorite but it is expensive here at $ 10.50 per order without drinks. the drinks will cost you $ 5 for a lorge soft drink or $ 4 for iced teas.
Burger King is one of my favorites and in every country and I like it better than Mc Donalds. The company began in 1953 as Insta-Burger King, a Jacksonville, Florida-based restaurant chain. At Present, Burger King lags behind McDonald's in international locations by over 12,000 stores, it has managed to become the largest chain in several countries including Mexico and Spain. The Burger King menu has evolved from a basic offering of burgers, french fries, sodas and milkshakes in 1954, to a larger, more diverse set of product offerings and so, beside the staples of Beef Burger and Fries, they offer some local extra delicacies and here in Singapore, the local flavor include Basil Chicken drumlets and the Barley Juice.
Favorite Dish: the burger what else for some classic comfort food and for a different take, the barley juice whit was too sweet. the price was $ 8 for the Combo with the barley Juice
Open 24 hours 7 days a week.
they have many branches all around singapore!
Well what can I say, I am a fan of Yohsinoya and I've been to it's branches here, Hong Kong, Philippines and in it's land of Birth in Japan!!! the beef gyudon is most expensive in Japan that costs $10, followed by Singapore at $ 8 then Hong Kong at $ 7and the cheapest in the philippines at $ 4. Some of the specialities of Yoshinoya Singapore are the very popular Gyudon Beef Bowl, deep-fried Kara Age Chicken, mixed salad and desserts, Salmon rice bowl. Other than its famous Beef bowl, Yoshinoya also offers selection of Ebi(prawns) and teriyaki rice topped with tasty secret-recipe sauce on rice. The Green Tea Ice-cream is speciality of the restaurant. The main reason for the popularity of the restaurant is the clean and well cooked food, the comfortable ambience and the reasonable price.
Opens at 10:00 am to 9:00 pm everyday.
Favorite Dish: Large Beef Gyudon set meal is $ 8 while a combo meal consisting of 2 viands plus rice and a miso soup will cost you $ 10.50 (beef gyudon plus salmon burger combo or Beef Gyudon plus Chicken Kara Age combo and more combos). Drinks like softdinks or juices will costs $ 3 for a large cup.
Here is a list of Yoshinoya Outlets in Singapore
Bishan Junction 8
Tel: 6356 8720
Bukit Panjang Plaza
Tel: 6314 3412
Tel: 6893 6978
Tel: 6735 3242
Tel: 6881 3886
Great World City
Tel: 6235 3785
Tel: 6275 1005
Heartland Mall Kovan
Tel: 6285 1146
Tel: 6338 8875
Ngee Ann City
Tel: 6734 0232
Tel: 6756 2579
Tel: 6438 5162
Tel: 6342 1046
Tel: 6337 1047
Seiyu Bugis Junction
Tel: 6337 0346
Tel: 6787 3400
Orange Julius especially the hot dog and the orange drink was a part of my youth but since then, I'm having a hard time to find an orange julius store everywhere since the Chain is lot as popular as before and viola, I found one in Ngee Ann City Takashimaya and I just have to get One Large Orange Drink as it was my Comfort Drink of yesteryears. At present, the Orange Julius Chain is owned by the Dairy Queen but has hardly any outlets in the United States.
Favorite Dish: what else but the Orange Drink, not the pure orange juice kind but the Orange Drink Mix milk, sugar, ice and vanilla flavoring . It costs $ 4.80 for a large drink Simply the best!
Opens: 11:00 AM – 9:00 PM
located at the Basement level of Ngee Ann City in Takashimaya. they also have other stalls around the orchard road area.
the Skylight cafe is the Main Restaurant of the Oxford Hotel. they offer buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner and also ala carte set meals. since the breakfast is included in the package, we usually eat our breakfast here and the choices are limite (off course this is just a 3 star hotel). buffett serving include kaya toast, dumpling, mee goreng, fried rice, sausages, whole and poached eggs, pancakes, coffee and tea and milk. set meals for lunch and dinner cost $ 8.50 excluding tax and has one viand and rice and a vegetable siding plus soup.
Favorite Dish: the kaya toast, the main breakfast fare of Singaporeans and also the spicy mee goreng and the singaporean fried rice.
lunch buffet and dinner buffet prices start at $ 20 per person.
Chef's Kitchen is a Chinese Singaporean Joint Located along Queens Street about a 1 minute walk from our hotel in Oxford and is the nearest place to get to for a simple but filling meal. the place opens at 10:00 am and closes at 2:00 am and is clientele is mostly locals and tourists from the nearby hotels in the Bras Basah Area. The food in the Restaurant is Singaporean Chinese like an assortment of roast dishes like roast chicken or pork, bihon goreng, Hainanese Chicken Rice, Bah Ku Teh, Popiah or spring rolls and assorted drinks like barley, lemon iced tea, fruit juices and others.
Favorite Dish: the rice meal which includes 2 viands will cost you $ 7. a big plate order like butter chicken or king dao spicy pork ribs will cost $ 10.50 without rice and an order of one cup of rice is at $ 1. Drinks like the Iced lemon tea or Barley juice will cost $ 1.30 for a large drink.
Pondok is one of the more popular of the 23 food courts in the huge Rasapura Masters food court complex of the Shoppes at Marina Bay and I had to try this out as I am also a fan of Indoesian Food and they don't dissapoint! their food fare is cheap that a set meal with one viand will cost you $ 5 and a meal with two viands will cost you $ 10 (you buy the drinks from other areas of the food court ok!). There was a long line here filled with mostly locals and tourists like me.
Favorite Dish: well I orderd the Spicy Squid Sambal with beef rendang with rice combo at $ 10.50 and my friend ordered the Spicy Shrimp Sambal with Soto Ayam Combo again at $ 10.50 and was worth it! the also have other indonesian staples like mee goreng, nasi goreng, Pisang Goreng, Gado Gado, Bakso, Mee Soto, Lontong and others! a caveat, Indonesian Food is more spicy than the regular Singaporean and Malaysian Food.
Planet Hollywood Restaurant enjoyed its boom years when Action Stars Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Swarzenegger and Bruce Willis were at their heyday as prime action stars and they then co-owned it but since the late 90's this restaurant chain is in decline. I've learned that this branch is Singapore of which I've been has now been closed since 2001 hence this tip is now practically worthless hehehe.
Favorite Dish: BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwich, Buffalo Tenders & Wings and Spaghetti Pomodoro
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